The most important condition for the formation and development of modern learning motives can be considered to be communicative throughout the course of learning English. Communicative approach is a strategy that models situations and creates psychological and linguistic readiness to communicate, promotes conscious understanding of the material and interaction with it.
Trends in the modern world, and in particular in Ukraine, encourage people to use English more and more often during communicating with foreign partners. It is the need for English and, in particular, the ability to communicate on both professional and everyday topics, encourage teachers of Chair of English to pay more attention to the development of dialogic speech, which develops during working with language situations.
The process of developing students' dialogic speech is characterized by certain difficulties due to the specific features of this form of speech. Dialogic speech combines two types of speech activity - listening and speaking. This is where the process of communication slows down. The problem is that the need to accept and understand each other correctly causes a state of dichotomy and, as a result, the inability to engage in dialogue at a normal pace in the absence of language skills.
Observation and analysis of students' work while studying English allows us to conclude that the most effective exercises for the development of dialogic speech are tasks aimed at developing independent thinking of students who teach them to use limited language material to express their own opinions, based on the given situation. Such work contributes to the formation of students' skills to evaluate their results, compare them with the success of groupmates, to exercise self-control.
To sum up, the study of English in a communicative approach stimulates the activity, independence, creativity of students. Teachers of Chair of English apply factors of positive influence on the effectiveness of learning through a communicative approach, developing students' desire for practical use of English.